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pcav
Hi all.
I have a number of bugs I encountered while testing or using various 3rd
party plugins. I think the reports should not be missed, so I would like
to open relevant tickets. Waiting for a proper solution, I can open them
on our trac:
https://trac.faunalia.it/qgis_plugins/
Any objection or better suggestion?
If not, I'll start writing them.
All the best.
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Re: plugins bugs

Giovanni Manghi


> https://trac.faunalia.it/qgis_plugins/
> Any objection or better suggestion?

+1!
I have also many notes on 3rd party plugins.


cheers

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Re: plugins bugs

Alex Mandel-2
On 11/13/2010 03:00 PM, Giovanni Manghi wrote:

>
>
>> https://trac.faunalia.it/qgis_plugins/
>> Any objection or better suggestion?
>
> +1!
> I have also many notes on 3rd party plugins.
>
>
> cheers
>
> -- Giovanni --
>

I'm not sure how easy/hard it is to migrate those tickets later, let's
see what comes out of the Hackfest in terms of the plan for a central
plugin place and see if we can find a way that will likely import into that.

Thanks,
Alex
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Re: plugins bugs

pcav
Il 14/11/2010 00:04, Alex Mandel ha scritto:

> I'm not sure how easy/hard it is to migrate those tickets later, let's
> see what comes out of the Hackfest in terms of the plan for a central
> plugin place and see if we can find a way that will likely import into that.

My understanding from the HF is that we'll not have a bugtracker for
plugins soon, that's the reason of my request.
Migrating a few tens of tickets shouldn't be a problem, even if in the
worst case we would have to do it by hand.
All the best.
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Re: plugins bugs

Borys Jurgiel-2
Dnia niedziela 14 listopada 2010 o 00:24:42 Paolo Cavallini napisaƂ(a):

> Il 14/11/2010 00:04, Alex Mandel ha scritto:
> > I'm not sure how easy/hard it is to migrate those tickets later, let's
> > see what comes out of the Hackfest in terms of the plan for a central
> > plugin place and see if we can find a way that will likely import into
> > that.
>
> My understanding from the HF is that we'll not have a bugtracker for
> plugins soon, that's the reason of my request.
> Migrating a few tens of tickets shouldn't be a problem, even if in the
> worst case we would have to do it by hand.
> All the best.

Actually we forgot to discuss the bugtracker! Let's do it tomorrow. One of
possible ideas is to set a separate trac in osgeo domain. We'll probably need
to write a plugin for it to connect #tickets to plugin versions. Another
problem will be with separated (redundant) user accounts in trac and the repo.

Good night,
B.
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Re: plugins bugs

pcav
Il 14/11/2010 00:41, Borys Jurgiel ha scritto:

> Actually we forgot to discuss the bugtracker! Let's do it tomorrow. One of
> possible ideas is to set a separate trac in osgeo domain. We'll probably need
> to write a plugin for it to connect #tickets to plugin versions. Another

To plugin name, maybe version, and put the author's address in the cc:
field.

> problem will be with separated (redundant) user accounts in trac and the repo.

I strongly suggest to keep the same access credentials for the current
and the plugin tracks.
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Re: plugins bugs

pcav
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Il 14/11/2010 00:41, Borys Jurgiel ha scritto:
> possible ideas is to set a separate trac in osgeo domain. We'll probably need
> to write a plugin for it to connect #tickets to plugin versions. Another
> problem will be with separated (redundant) user accounts in trac and the repo.

Alternatively: if there are no objections, can we go ahead and apply for
a trac instance on osgeo server?
All the best.
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Re: plugins bugs

pcav
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Il 13/11/2010 23:57, Paolo Cavallini ha scritto:
> Hi all.
> I have a number of bugs I encountered while testing or using various 3rd
> party plugins. I think the reports should not be missed, so I would like
> to open relevant tickets. Waiting for a proper solution, I can open them
> on our trac:
> https://trac.faunalia.it/qgis_plugins/
> Any objection or better suggestion?
> If not, I'll start writing them.

So, I started opening ticket:
https://trac.faunalia.it/qgis_plugins/
If the plugin developers are listening, please have a look to the trac,
and see if you can fix the issues.
If anybody wants access to the trac, I'll be happy allowing him to do so.
All the best.
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